Having had a stellar 2014, hook-heavy garage-pop band Broncho return to the UK in April for a series of tour dates alongside Pennsylvanian upstarts The Districts,which will include a date at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on 29th April 2015.

Following two sold-out headline shows in London last year and two A-listed singles on BBC 6Music, Broncho release the DIY video for ‘NC-17’, taken from their breakout album Just Enough Hip To Be Woman, released 2014 via Dine Alone Records.

Explaining the video, singer Ryan Lindsay says: “The kid is a younger brother who is getting exposed to a lot of things at an early age by a group of his older brother’s friends, who don’t see the need to censor themselves. Maybe they experienced the same things and don’t see a problem with him getting into trouble? Maybe they’re teaching him how not to get in trouble? Causing trouble without getting in trouble.”

The forthcoming tour features 11 dates with The Districts, including a show at London’s Scala and Manchester’s Deaf Institute. Tickets for all shows are on sale now. Oklahoma’s Broncho will also be bringing their infectious sound to Austin, Texas for 2015’s SXSW.


The full tour listing:

27 April   –   Brighton, Green Door Store
28 April   –   London, Scala
29 April   –   Manchester, Deaf Institute
1 May   –   London, Oval Space
2 May   –   Glasgow, CCA
3 May   –   Bristol, Thekla

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